Tiwari cries conspiracy; police says case of road rage involving his staff

Manoj Tiwari

New Delhi: Delhi BJP chief Manoj Tiwari claimed his Delhi house was ransacked late on Sunday night. Tiwari was not present in the house at the time of the incident. 2 people have been arrested in connection to the case.

Eye witnesses said the attackers came in a group of 7 or 8, and hurled abuses at people in the house. However, police said Tiwari's house was not ransacked and that some men came after the BJP leader's staffer following a road rage incident. Tiwari hit back by claiming there was a conspiracy afoot and alleged that the police was also involved in last night's incident.

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